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line and chemical forces. The role of nonclassical
conformations is important for chain termination;
this provides some insight for biological analogies.
Finally, E. Clementi (G. Donegani Institute, Novara, Italy) described various techniques for calculating the effects of reactivity, solvents, and temperature on proteins and biopolymers.
The activities of the meeting were concluded by
P. o. Lowdin (Uppsala University) who will be the
local host of the next (1982) Congress in U ppsala.
He noted that the traditional approach of quantum
chemistry has been to seek an understanding of
fundamental principles underlying a particular
application in order to extend our knowledge to additional applications. Despite the progress that
quantum chemistry has achieved, there is a long
way to go before a full understanding of all of
chemistry can be reached.
In conjunction with the Kyoto Congress, five satellite meetings were arranged on related but more
specialized topics. One was a three-day symposium
on Many-Body Theoretical Approaches to Electron
Correlation in Molecules, held in Kobe. Attendance
was limited to 80 participants, half of whom were
from Japan. Eight of the 25 lectures were presented
by Japanese scientists. (I presented an invited lecture, "Electron Correlation and Interaction Energies Between Closed Shell Systems Using ManyBody Perturbation Theory".) The meeting was supported by the Chemical Society of Japan and was
financially aided by the Yamada Science Foundation and the Commemorative Association for the
Japan World Exposition of 1970. The meeting was
extremely well organized and offered a stimulating
scientific program. Funding was also at a high
level. For example, each invited speaker from out-
side Japan was provided a generous stipend to
cover international travel expenses plus room and
board at the Inter-University Seminar House of
Kansai, the conference residence.
The remaining four meetings were smaller and of
two days' duration each. One was held in Nara on
Future Aspects of the Education of Theoretical
Chemistry in Asia. Another met in Okazaki to discuss Theoretical Aspects of Molecular Interaction
and Chemical Reaction. The other two met separately in Kyoto and covered the Design of Inorganic and Organic Materials of Technological Importance and Quantum-Chemical Aspects of Biomolecules-Their Structures and Functions.
An adjunct activity for some of the attendees
from outside Japan was an invitation to visit a university or laboratory. (For instance, I was invited
to present a seminar, "Electron Correlation in Simple Chemical Systems, " at the Department of
Materials Science of the University of ElectroCommunications in Tokyo.) Such visits provided
an excellent way to make closer contact with scientists and their facilities in Japan .
In conclusion, the Third International Congress
of Quantum Chemistry and its affiliated meetings
were enjoyable and rewarding considering the
depth and breadth of the presentations. Of course,
the occasion promoted interactions within the international community of scientists but, equally important, it afforded the participants from abroad
the opportunity to explore parts of Japan and
glimpse its customs and culture.
DAVID M. SILVER
Milton S. Eisenhower Research Center
DEPARTMENTS
PUBLICATIONS
F.
September-December, 1979 (and othersfrom 1979 not previously reported)
1. Adrian and L. Monchick,
" Theory of Chemically Induced
Magnetic Polarization. Effects of
S - T ± 1 Mixing in Strong Magnetic
Fields, " J. Chem . Phys. 71, No.6,
pp . 2600-2610.
W. S. Arney, " The Computer Assisted
Software Engineering (CASE) Systern, " Proc. 4th Soft ware Engineering Conj. , pp. 111-115 .
M. 1. Amir and W. B. Newman, "Information: Unlimited DemandsLimited Funds (Testing the viability
of a scienti fic journal collection in
light of economic realities), "
January -March 1980
Collection Management 3, No.1,
pp.111 -119.
A. E. Berger, M. Ciment, and 1. C.
W. Rogers, "The Alternating Phase
Truncation Method for Numerical
Solution of a Stefan Problem," J.
Numer. Anal. 16, pp. 563-587 .
W. G. Berl and B. M. Halpin,
"Human Fatalities from Unwanted
Fires," Fire J. 73, pp. 105-123 .
1. Bohandy and B. F. Kim, "Conyentional and Dye Laser Optical Spectra of Zinc Porphin in Anthracene, "
Spectrochim . Acta 35A, pp .
415-420.
1. N. Campbell (JHMI) , R. A. Meyer
(APL), and R. H. LaMotte (JHMI),
"Sensitization of Myelinated Nociceptive Afferents That Innervate
Monkey Hand," J. Neurophys. 42,
No.6, pp. 1669-1679.
W. M. Cronyn, S. D. Shawhan, 1. 1.
Rickard, and D. G. Mitchell (Univ.
Iowa) and E. C. Roelof and B. L.
Gotwols (APL) , "IPS Activity Observed as a Precursor of Solar Induced
Terrestrial
Activity,"
AGARD Proc. No. 238 (Conf. on
Operational Modelling of the Aerospace Propagation Environment),
pp. 30- l/30-17.
E. P. Cunningham , "Probability of
69
Crashing from Monte Carlo Simulation," J. Spacecr. Rockets 16, No.
5, pp. 348-350.
M. Davidson and J. L. Machamer,
"High-Density Digital Magnetic
Recording Using the [5,6] Alternating Disparity Block Code," Electron. Lett., 20 July 1978, pp.
459-460.
G. L. Dugger, "Is There a Chance for
OTEC?," Astronaut. Aeronaut.
November, pp. 36-42.
T. W. Eagles and T. S. Margulies
(APL) and J. Cohon and C. ReVelle
(JHMI), "Multiobjective Regional
Energy Location Model: Cost Versus Population Proximity TradeOffs," Trans. Am. Nucl. Soc. 33,
pp.613-615.
P. B. Edwards, S. Favin, and J. L.
Teesdale, "Evaluation of Educational Programs: Why? How? By
Whom?," Proc. 1979 Conf. on
Frontiers in Education, pp . 323-330.
L. W. Ehrlich, "On Some Iterative
Methods for Solving Coupled Equations of Fluid Flow," Proc. IMA CS
Con/. 3, pp. 304-312.
L. W. Ehrlich, "Solving the Biharmonic Equation on Irregular Regions," ACM Trans. Math. SoftwareS, No.3, pp. 251-258.
L. W. Ehrlich, "The Numerical Solution of a Navier-Stokes Problem in
a Stenosed Tube: A Danger in
Boundary Approximations of Implicit Marching Schemes," Comput.
Fluids 7, pp. 247-256.
M. R. Feinstein, J. W. Halley and P.
Scholfield, "Dynamics of Molten
Salts," J. Phys. Chem. 12, No. 20,
p.4185.
D. W. Fox, "A Method for Lower
Bounds for Frequencies of Thin
Skew Plates," Developments in Mechanics 10 (Proc 16th Midwestern
Mechanics Conf.), pp. 127-130.
D. W. Fox, "An Initial Value Problem for Slow Flow in Stratified
Fluids, " Developments in Mechanics
10 (Proc. 16th Midwestern Mechanics Conf.), pp. 179-182.
D. W. Fox, "Lower Bounds for Energies of Atoms," Proc. 1978
Workshop on Mathematical Properties of Schrodinger Operators and
Wave Functions, pp. 73-84.
J. Goldhirsh, "Cumulative Slant Path
Rain Attenuation Statistics Associated with the Comstar Beacon at
28.56 GHz for Wallops Island,
VA," IEEE Trans. Antennas
Propagat. AP-27, No.6, pp.
752-758.
B. F. Hochheimer, "A Dye for Experimental Choroidal Angiography," Exp. Eye Res. 29, pp.
141-143.
A. N. Jette and F. J. Adrian, "Identification of the VI Center (F3 2-) in
LiF as an Interstitial F Atom,"
Phys. Rev. Lett. 43, No . 15, pp.
1119-1123.
Y. Kamide, (Kyoto Sangyo Industrial
70
Univ., Japan), J. S. Murphree, C.
D. Anger, and F. T. Berkey (Univ.
Calgary), and T. A. Poternra
(APL), "Nearly Simultaneous Observations of Field-Aligned Currents
and Visible Auroras by the Triad
and Isis 2 Satellites," J. Geophys.
Res. 84, No. A8, pp. 4425-4431.
S. M. Krimigis (APL), T. P. Armstrong (Univ. Kansas), W. I. Axford
(Max-Planck Inst. Aeronomy), C.
O. Bostrom (APL), C. Y. Fan
(Univ. Arizona), G. Gloeckler
(Univ. Maryland), L. J. Lanzerotti
(Bell Labs.), E. P. Keath, R. D.
Zwickl, and J. F. Carbary (APL),
and D. C. Hamilton (Univ. Maryland), "Hot Plasma Environment at
Jupiter: Voyager 2 Results," Science
204 (23 November), pp. 977-984.
L. J. Lanzerotti (Bell Labs.), S. M.
Krimigis and C. O. Bostrom (APL),
W. I. Axford (Max-Planck Inst.
Aeronomy), and R. P. Lepping and
N. F. Ness (NASA/ GSFC), "Measurements of Plasma Flow at the
Dawn Magnetopause by Voyager
1," J. Geophys. Res. 84, No. All,
pp. 6483-6488.
A. T. Y. Lui and C.-I. Meng, "Relevance of Southward Magnetic
Fields in the Neutral Sheet to
Anisotropic Distribution of Energetic Electrons and Substorm Activity,"J. Geophys. Res. 84, No. AIO,
pp.5817-5827.
J. H. Manley, "Implementing Change
in Very Large Organizations, "
TIMS Studies in the Management
Sciences 13, pp. 189-203.
T. S. Margulies, "Evaluation and
Comparison of High Population
Density Sites," Trans. Am. Nucl.
Soc. 33,pp.615-617.
C.-I. Meng, "Conjugate Low Energy
Electron Observations Made by
A TS-6 and DMSP-32 Satellites,"
Geophys. Monogr. 21, pp. 96-109.
c.-I. Meng, "Diurnal Variation of the
Auroral Oval Size, " J. Geophys.
Res. 84, No. A9, pp. 5319-5324.
R. R. Newton, The Moon's Acceleration and its Physical Origins. Vol. 1:
As Deduced from Solar Eclipses
(The Johns Hopkins Univ. Press,
Baltimore). In this book the acceleration of the moon is determined
with respect to the sun. The author
concludes that during the past three
thousand years the rate of acceleration has varied in relation to the
square of the strength of the earth's
magnetic field. To explain this variation, he hypothesizes that the
gravitational constant is gradually
decreasing with time. These findings
challenge existing scientific theory.
V. O'Brien and L. W. Ehrlich, "Variation of Wall Stress with Arterial
Geometry," Proc. 32nd Annual
Conference, Alliance for Engineering in Medicine and Biology, p. 145.
W. R. Powell: "Simulation of the
Community Annual Storage Energy
System," Efficient Comfort Conditioning: The Heating and Cooling of
Buildings, eds. W. G. Berl and W.
R. Powell (Westview Press,
Boulder), pp. 25-51. This book deals
with the heating and cooling of
buildings using innovative systems,
particularly solar energy, that can
reduce fossil fuel and electric energy
requirements by as much as 80%.
Emphasis is placed on thermal
storage, utility rate structures, peak
load problems, and co-generation of
heat and power in small-scale applications.
V. L. Pisacane, A. Eisner, S. M.
Yionoulis, R. J. McConahy, H. D.
Black, and L. L. Pryor, "A Geos 3
Orbit Determination Experiment,"
J. Geophys. Res. 84, No. B8, pp.
3926-3932.
D. W. Rabenhorst, "Low Cost Flywheel Demonstration," Proc. 1978
Mechanical and Magnetic Energy
Storage Contractors' Review Meeting, pp. 44-54.
D. W. Rabenhorst, "Low Cost Flywheel Energy Storage System Demonstration," Proc. 14th Intersociety
Energy Conversion Engineering
Con/. 1, pp. 374-378.
E. C. Roelof, "Solar Energetic Particles: From the Corona to the Magnetotail," Geophy. Monogr. 21, pp.
220-241.
E. C. Roelof and R. E. Gold, "Prediction of Solar Energetic Particle
Event Histories Using Real-Time
Particle and Solar Wind Measurements," AGARD Proc. No. 238
(Proc. Conf. on Operational Modelling of the Aerospace Propagation
Environment), pp. 29-1/29-13.
J. C. W. Rogers (APL) and A. E.
Berger and M. Ciment (Naval Surface Weapons Center), "The Alternating Phase Truncation Method for
Numerical Solution of a Stefan
Problem," J. Numer. Anal. 16, No.
4, pp. 563-587.
J. T. Stadter and R. O. Weiss, "Analysis of Contact Through Finite Element Gaps," Comput. Struct. 10,
pp.867-873 .
C.-M. Tang, "Electromagnetic Fields
Due to Dipole Antennas Embedded
in Stratified Anisotropic Media, "
IEEE Trans. Antennas Propagat.
AP-27, No.5, pp. 665-670.
V. J. Vigorita and P. K. Gupta
(JHMI), c. B. Bargeron (APL), and
J. K. Frost (JHMI), "Occurrence
and Identification of Intracellular
Calcium Crystals in Pulmonary
Specimens," Acta Cyt%gica 23,
No.1, pp. 49-52.
S. Wilson (Science Research Council,
UK) and D. M. Silver (APL), "Diagrammatic Perturbation Theory:
Evaluation of Fourth-Order Energy
Terms Involving Quadruply-Excited
States for Closed-Shell Systems,"
Mol. Phys. 36, No.5, 1539-1548.
S. Wilson (Science Research Council,
Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest
UK) and D. M. Silver (APL), "Diagrammatic Many-Body Perturbation
Expansion for Atoms and Molecules: IV. Fourth-Order Linked
Diagrams Involving QuadruplyExcited States," Comput. Phys.
Commun. 17, pp. 47-50.
S. Wilson and D. M. Silver, "FourthOrder Terms in the Diagrammatic
PRESENTA TI 0 NS
M. L. Zeichner and P . J. Brusil (Mitre
Corp.) and S. G. Tolchin (APL),
"Distributed Processing Architecture
for a Hospital Information System," Proc. Third Annual Symp. on
Computer Applications in Medical
Care,pp.I-7.
September 1- December 31, 1979 (and others from 1979 not previously reported)
R. H. Andreo, J. A. Krill, and R. A.
Farrell, "Variational Methods for
Electromagnetic Wave Scattering
from Aerosol Clusters," CSL Scientific Conf. on Obscuration and
Aerosol Research, Aberdeen Proving
Ground, Md., 17 - 21 Sep.
C. B. Bargeron and R. A. Farrell
(APL), W. R. Green (JHMI), and
R. L. McCally (APL), "Endothelial
Alterations from Exposure to Infrared Radiation," 38th Clinical
Meeting of Wilmer Ophthalmological Inst., Johns Hopkins Hospital,
Baltimore, 25 - 27 Apr .
C. B. Bargeron and R. B. Givens,
"Precursive Blistering in the Localized Corrosion of Aluminum," Corrosion Research Conf., Atlanta,
12 -14 Mar.
L. W. Ehrlich, "Numerical Solution
of the Flow of a Fluid of Second
Grade," Fall SIAM National Meeting, Denver, 12 - 14 Nov.
L. W. Ehrlich, "On Some Iterative
Methods for Solving Coupled Equations of Fluid Flow," 3rd IMACS
International Symp., Lehigh Univ.,
20-22 Jun.
M. R. Feinstein, "Dynamics of Molten
Salts," Gordon Conf. on Molten
Salts and Metals, Wolfeboro, N.H.,
20-24 Aug.
M. R. Feinstein, R. A. Farrell, and R.
W. Hart, "Variational Calculations
of Scattering from a Sphere," CSI
Scientific Conf. on Obscuration and
Aerosol Research, Aberdeen Proving
Ground, Md., 17 - 21 Sep.
D. W. Fox, "A Method for Lower
Bounds for Frequencies of Thin
Skew Plates" and "An Initial Value
Problem for Slow Flow in Stratified
Fluids," 16th Midwestern Mechanics
Conf., Kansas State U niv., 20 - 21
Sep.
D. W. Fox, "Bounds for Frequencies
of Elastic Structures at Johns
Hopkins" and "Two-Sided Rayleigh-Ritz Bounds" EUROMECH
Colloq. on Eigenfrequencies of Continuous Structures, Metrafured,
Hungary, 21 - 23 Feb.
L. W. Hunter, "APL Models of Cable
Fires," Joint Meeting, NBSI NRC,
Gaithersburg, Md., 8 Nov.
L. W. Hunter, "Prediction of the Fire
January-March 1980
Perturbation Expansion for the
Electronic Energy of Atoms and
Molecules," Int. J. Quantum Chem.
XV, pp. 683-692.
.
S. M. Yionoulis, A. Eisner, V. L.
Pisacane, H. D. Black, and L. L.
Pryor, "Geos 3 Ocea'n Geoid Investigation," J. Geophys. Res. 84, No.
B8,3883-3888.
Resistance of Cable Penetration
Seals," 7th Water Reactor Safety
Research Information Meeting,
Nuclear Regulatory Commission,
Gaithersburg, Md., 5 - 9 Nov.
A. N. Jette, "The Disturbance Due to
a Line Source in a Semi-Infinite
Elastic Medium. Three Dimensional
Treatment," American Physical
Society Meeting, New York, 1 Feb.
S. M. Krimigis, "Energetic Particle
Environment of Jupiter as Determined by Voyagers 1 and 2," Univ.
Iowa Colloq., 15 Oct.
S. M. Krimigis , "Hot Plasma in the
Jovian Magnetosphere,"
NASAl
GSFC Space Physics Seminar, 18
Oct.
S. M. Krimigis, "Investigation of the
Planet Jupiter and the Outer Planets
by Voyagers 1 and 2," Greek National Academy of Sciences, Athens,
16 Nov.
S. M. Krimigis, "Measurements of
Hot Plasma in Jovian Magnetosphere by Voyagers 1 and 2," Univ.
Calgary Seminar, 7 Dec.
L. Monchick , "Vibrational Excitation
of Oxygen and Enhanced Radiation
of I Llg 0 2 during Certain Aurorae,"
Max-Planck Inst. Physik und Astrophysik, Munich, 22 May.
L. Monchick (APL) and J. ScheIfer
(Max-Planck Inst. Physik und Astrophysik), "Ab Initio Calculations
of the Transport Cross-Section of
H2," VIIth International Symp. on
Molecular Beams, Riva del Gorda,
Italy, 28 May.
J. C. Murphy, "Applications of Laser
Interferometry to Photoacoustic
Spectroscopy," Univ. Maryland
Seminar, 19 Oct.
J. G. Parker, "Active Acoustic Detection of Leaks in Underground Pipelines," The Johns Hopkins Univ.
Mechanics and Materials Seminar, 3
Oct.
V. L. Pisacane and S. C. Dillon,
"Terrestrial Coordinates of the Pole
from Multiple Satellite Data," 6th
Annual Meeting, European Geophysical Society, Vienna, 11 - 14
Sep.
T. A. Potemra, "Characteristics of
Auroral Currents as Determined by
Triad, " International Magneto-
spheric Study Workshop, Skokloster, Sweden, 3 - 7 Sep.
T. A. Potemra, "Hall Currents in the
Aurora," Hall Symp., The Johns
Hopkins Univ., 13 Nov.
J. C. W. Rogers, "Downstream
Boundary Conditions for Incompressible Flows," ICASE Colloq.,
Hampton, Va., 12 Dec.
J. C. W. Rogers, "Free Boundary
Problems and Turbulence in Hydrodynamics," CNRS, Marseille, 25
Sep 1979, and Mathematics Colloq.,
Montpellier, 27 Sep.
J. C. W. Rogers, "Relation of the
One-Phase Stefan Problem to the
Seepage of Liquids and Electrochemical Machining" and "The Formulation of Free Boundary Problems as Conservation Laws," Intensive Seminar on Free Boundary
Problems, Pavia, Italy, 19-20Sep.
J. C. W. Rogers, "The Dam Problem" and "Free Boundary Problems
as Conservation Laws," Univ.
Florence, Italy, 2 - 3 Oct.
D. M. Silver, "Application of ManyBody Perturbation Theory to the
Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces," 3rd International Congress
of Quantum Chemistry, Kyoto, 2
Nov.
D. M. Silver, "Electron Correlation
and Interaction Energies Between
Closed-Shell Systems Using ManyBody Perturbation Theory," Symp.
on Many-Body Theoretical Approaches to Electron Correlation in
Molecules, Kobe, 28 Oct.
D. M. Silver, "Interaction Potentials
for Chemical Reaction Systems,"
Howard Univ. Chemistry Seminar,
28 Sep .
. D. M. Silver (APL), E. F. Jendrick
and M. H. Alexander (Univ. Maryland), and B. E . Wilcomb and P. J.
Dagdigian (The Johns Hopkins
Univ.), "Rotationally Inelastic Scattering of LiH U=I) by He," American Physical Society Meeting,
Washington, 25 Apr.
D. M. Silver (APL) and S. Wilson
(Dares bury Labs, Warrington, UK),
"Universal Basis Sets in Molecular
Calculations," American Chemical
Society Meeting, Washington, 10
Sep.
71
The following papers were presented
at the American Geophysical Union
Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3 - 7
Dec:
T. P. Armstrong (Univ. Kansas) and
S. M. Krimigis, J . F. Carbary, and
R. D. Zwickl (APL), "Hot Plasma
Bulk Motions in the Jovian Magnetosphere;' ,
C. O. Bostrom, S. M. Krimigis, and J.
F. Carbary (APL), L. J. Lanzerotti
(Bell Labs .), T. P. Armstrong
(Univ. Kansas), and G. Gloeckler
(Univ. Maryland), "Observation of
a Magnetospheric Wind in the Jovian Magnetosphere;"
J. F. Carbary, "Periodicities in the Jovian Magnetosphere: Voyagers 1 and
2;"
R. B. Decker and S. M. Krimigis
(APL) and G. Gloeckler (Univ.
Maryland), "Energy Spectra and
Flux Anisotropies of CIR-Associated
<25 keV Ions;"
A. Eisner and H. D. Black, "Precision
Orbit Determination With a · Small
Number of Ground Stations;"
A. Eisner and S. M. Yionoulis, "Long
Period Terms in the Upper Atmospheric Air Density;"
G. Gloeckler (Univ. Maryland) and J.
F. Carbary, S. M. Krimigis, and R.
D. Zwickl (APL), "Hot Plasma in
the Jovian Magnetosphere;"
A. D. Goldfinger, "Refraction of
Microwave Signals by Water
Vapor;"
D. C. Hamilton and G. Gloeckler
(Univ. Maryland) and S. M. Krimigis (APL), "Charged Particle
Composition in Jupiter's Magnetosphere;"
E. P. Keath, S. M. Krimigis, and J. F.
Carbary (APL), W. I. Axford (MaxPlanck Inst. Aeronomie), and L. J.
Lanzerotti (Bell Labs.), "Evidence
for an .Inner Jovian Plasmasphere
Boundary;"
S. M. Krimigis and R. D. Zwick I
(APL), L. J. Lanzerotti (Bell Labs.),
and T. P. Armstrong (Univ. Kansas), "Monoenergetic, Heavy Ion
Plasma Beam Observed Near Jovian
Magnetosphere Boundary by Voyager 2;"
L. J. Lanzerotti (Bell Labs.), S. M.
Krimigis and E. P. Keath (APL),
and N. F. Ness, L. F. Burlaga, and
K. W. Behannon (NASA/GSFC),
"Energetics of the Jovian Plasma
Sheet;"
A. T. Y. Lui and C.-I. Meng (APL)
and L. A. Frank and K. L. Ackerson (Univ. Iowa), "Substorm Behavior of the Magnetotail Plasma
Sheet Near Its Midplane;"
C.-I. Meng and J. F. Carbary (APL),
S.-1. Akasofu (Univ. Alaska), J. P.
Sullivan (M.I.T.), and R. P. Lepping (NASA/GSFC), "Association
of the AE-Index with the Solar
Wind Poynting Flux Incident on the
Magnetosphere;' ,
72
D. G. Mitchell and E. C. Roelof,
" > 50 keV Ion Events Upstream of
the Earth's Bow Shock. 1. Dependence on Shock Parameters;"
M. Paonessa, S. Brandon, J. Nonnast,
and T. P. Armstrong (Univ. Kansas)
and J. W. Kohl (APL), "Energy
and Species Dependence of Charged
Particle Absorption by 10 and
Europa;"
V. L. Pisacane and S. M. Yionoulis,
"Low-Low G RA VSA T Simulation
Results;"
E. C. Roelof and D. G. Mitchell
(APL) and R. P. Lepping (NASA / GSFC), ">50 Ion Events Upstream
of the Earth's Bow Shock. 2.
Association with IMF Fluctuations;"
N. A. Saflekos (APL), B. M. Shuman
(AF Geophysics Lab.), and T. A.
Potemra (APL), "Dual Satellite
Observations of Geomagnetic Disturbances in Auroral Regions;"
L. J. Zanetti and T. A. Potemra
(APL) and J. P. Doering and J. S.
Lee (The Johns Hopkins Univ.),
"Characteristics of Low Energy
Electron Precipitation;"
R. D. Zwick I and S. M. Krimigis
(APL), T. P. Armstrong (Univ.
Kansas), and G. Gloeckler and D.
C. Hamilton (Univ. Maryland),
"Energetic Ion Events of Jovian
Origin."
The following papers were presented
at the 16th International Cosmic Ray
Conference, Kyoto, 6 - 18 Aug:
W. I. Axford (Max-Planck Inst.
Aeronomie), S. M. Krimigis (APL),
E. Kirsch (Max-Planck Inst.
Aeronomie) and D. Hamilton and
G. Gloeckler (Univ. Maryland),
"Anisotropies of Low Energy Particles in Corotating Interaction
Regions as Measured by Voyager 1
and2;"
R. E. Gold and E. C. Roelof, "Energetic Particle Recurrence and Escape
During Solar Cycle 20;"
R. Reinhard (ESTEC Corp., The
Netherlands) and E. C. Roelof and
R. E. Gold (APL), "Separation of
Coronal from Interplanetary Propagation Effects in the Solar Particle
Event of 10 April 1969; "
R. D. Zwickl, E. C. Roelof, and R. E.
Gold, "Transverse Interplanetary
Propagation of < 1 MeV Protons."
The following papers were presented
to the Assoc. for Research in Vision
and Ophthalmology, Sarasota, 30
Apr-4May:
R. H. Andreo and R. A. Farrell,
"Calculated Corneal Small-Angle
Light Scattering Patterns: Wavy
Fibril Models;"
C. B. Bargeron and R. A. Farrell
(APL) and W. R. Green (JHMI),
"Corneal Damage from Exposure to
Infrared Radiation: Rabbit Endothelial Damage Thresholds;"
R. A. Farrell, R. C. McCally, and C.
B. Bargeron, "Corneal Damage
from Exposure to Infrared Radiation: Calculated and Measured Endothelial Temperature Histories;"
R. L. McCally and R. A. Farrell,
"Structural Implications of Small
Angle Light Scattering from Rabbit
and Bovine Cornea. "
The following papers were presented
at the American Physical Society
Meeting, Chicago, 19 - 23 Mar:
M. E. Hawley, W. A. Bryden, A. N.
Block, and D. O. Cowan (The
Johns Hopkins Univ.), T. O.
Poehler (APL), and J. P. Stokes
(The Johns Hopkins Univ.), "Mott
Transition and Magnetic Properties
ofHMTSF(TCNQ)x (TCNQF4)t.x;"
A. N. Jette and F. J. Adrian, "Structure of the Vt-Center in LiF;"
R. L. McCally and E. A. Michelson
(APL) and E. S. Margolis (JHMI),
"Photon Correlation Spectroscopy
Investigations of Human Serum
Low Density Lipoproteins;"
R. S. Potember and T. O. Poehler
(APL) and D. O. Cowan (The Johns
Hopkins Univ.), "Switching and
Memory in Organic Semiconductor
Thin Film;"
J. P . Stokes, A. N. Block, W. A.
Bryden, D. O. Cowan, and M. E.
Hawley (The Johns Hopkins Univ.)
and T. O. Poehler (APL), "Mott
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November - December, 1979
Nov. 2 - "The Anthropic Principle
and the Structure of the Physical
World: Does the Existence of Life
Determine the Physical Constants?," by B. J. Carr, Cambridge
Univ., U.K.
Nov. 9 - "Thin-Film Solar Cells:
CdS-Cu2S Heterojunctions," by K.
L. Chopra, Indian Inst. of
Technology and Cornell Univ.
Nov. 16-"Science as a Source of
Political Conflict," by D. Nelkin,
Cornell Univ .
Nov. 30 - "Chaotic Dynamics," by J.
A. Yorke, Univ. of Maryland.
Dec. 7 - "Structure Determination by
X-Ray Absorption (EXAFS)," by E.
A. Stern, Univ. of Washington.
Dec. 14 - "Solitons: Their Origin and
Behavior," by K. M. Case,
Rockefeller Univ.
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